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Ginger Snaps: Landforms Activity - SO amazing, the kids are going to love it!!!

Ginger Snaps: Landforms Activity and Gradebook Printable--so cute! Might use for my grade social studies lesson

Many children are visual learners and the use of models is a great way to introduce important information. Use this fun model of the earths layers to learn all about the different components of our wonderful world! Materials: Empty Cardboard Box Green Construction Paper Play Dough, Sandpaper, Paint, Moss Labels w/Marker Suggest Resources for a Unit Study:   …

Landform Diorama Project: Study Landforms the FUN way! Make your own diorama with a few supplies you already have on hand (or in your yard.) Includes links to even more geology crafts and activities.

Wereldbol knutselen

Paper mache globe project With printable Continent Outlines Template that you can color yourself. Earth day craft for kids.

Free Landform Flipbook

Ginger Snaps Treats for Teachers ~ a landform flip book that starts out as individual forms but then when it comes together it builds an entire scene of a physical environment incorporating all different landforms.

Ecosystem In a bottle!  Awesome lesson for 4th or 5th Grade

Cranberry Corner: Summer Fun: Ecosystem Edition-hmmm maybe when the boys are a little older :)

My Earth Landform Book- each page is has a different texture!

My Earth Landform Book

My Earth Landform Book- each page is has a different texture! This is pretty interesting - love the idea of using fabric!

Creative Science Journal Ideas, these are so cool. Not sure I can use them for my little ones but I love these!

To adapt for High School English Excellent web site for science and social studies ideas. Great science notebook ideas too!

Unique way to teach about blood. This would be great for all grades, even high school biology!

Human Body: Learning About Blood - Spell Out Loud.Great Experiment for kids to learn about blood. Gross, but cool on so many levels!

"I typed up signs for the key words and definitions the students need to know for our matter unit. In the middle of the board, I displayed student work. The students used Froot Loops to visualize the differences between solids, liquids, and gasses. The background paper is from a roll I bought at the teacher store."

"I typed up signs for the key words and definitions the students need to know for our matter unit. In the middle of the board, I displayed student work. The students used Froot Loops to visualize the differences between solids, liquids, and gasses.

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